I need some help with a problem that involves the concept of quantum superposition. Suppose you have a nucleon cluster of matter helium-3 [PNP] and you attempt to combine with antimatter deuterons [N^P^], where ^ represents antimatter. Would it be possible that the two could form wavefunctions that allow for a quantum superposition rather than complete annihilation of the matter and antimatter quarks ? Thanks for any comments you can provide.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Quantum Superposition

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